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Eaton Vance Corporation (NYSE:EV) has been upgraded by TheStreet Ratings from a hold to buy.
FedEx estimates cut at Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse. Deere estimates, target upped at Jefferies.
Eaton Vance's price target and estimates are boosted at Goldman Sachs on higher expected margins.
Qualcomm upgraded at Credit Suisse to Outperform from Neutral. Company is resuming growth as ASP outlook improves.
Visa, Peabody Energy and Freeport-McMoran join a roster of companies raising shareholder payouts, increasing their dividend yields.
TheStreet Ratings released rating changes on seven U.S. common stocks for September 30, 2010. Just two stocks were downgraded and five stocks have been upgraded by our stock model.
3Par target boosted at ThinkEquity to $27. DELL likely to raise bid, in response to HPQ. Hold rating.
You can get excellent put premium, while providing some downside protection on shares of EV.
The consumer price index showed inflation was cooler than expected in April.
Cisco estimates trimmed at Barclays, increased at Morgan Stanley and UBS.
Gregg Greenberg breaks down today's market action. Guests include Bruce Lavine, president of WisdomTree, Bryan Ashenberg, TheStreet.com's Breakout Stocks portfolio and Duncan Richardson, chief equity investment officer.
Eaton Vance's profit jumps 39 percent in fiscal 4th quarter on lower investment losses
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Eaton Vance shares rise on analyst upgrade citing improved valuation, market position
Eaton Vance fiscal 3rd-quarter profit slides 37 percent on lower fund inflows
TheStreet.com Ratings upgraded cable-TV provider Cablevision and asset manager Eaton Vance.
Eaton Vance fiscal 2nd-qtr profit down 52 percent as market slump cuts into managed assets
Municipal funds have been on a tear, and they will be getting even more support in the months ahead.
For investors still cringing at their IRAs, 401(k)s or taxable mutual funds and exchange-traded funds, are you ready to take a chance on the companies that have brought you so many unhappy returns?
Shares of asset managers fall amid analyst concerns about 1Q results, overall market decline
Eaton Vance fund to invest in commercial mortgage-backed securities
Goldman upgrades Waddell & Reed, cuts Eaton Vance, airs concerns on asset managers' profits
Results were hampered by two one-time charges -- a $142.3 million writedown on the value of its newspapers and other assets, and a $111.1 million charge for early retirement expenses.
The money-management firm has placed 19 winners on a list of the best 200 funds.
The homebuilder's fiscal fourth-quarter loss balloons to $800 million.
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